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Re: I TOLD Y'ALL
« Reply #20 on: May 11, 2005, 07:38:26 PM »
Everyone send $100 (US) to me and I will keep a detailed record. Will invest an equal amount in each and will file reports periodically (when I get the time) We can all find out which loses at the fastest rate. When all of the money is all gone I will file a final report and can then set up a second test to find out if the results are the same. Worst 2 out of 3 should be good enough to publish the test results on the FF for everyone to compare.  8) 8)
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« Reply #21 on: May 11, 2005, 08:25:38 PM »
   I think y'all missin the point altogether.I'M GONNA BE RICH. Why this thing's gonna be lots bigger than any ouny little ole mud project,and certainly too uptown for pig parts,'n such like.
    But I'll have to say that most of the right people seem to want to get involved. Shoot,we all might get rich,ya reckon?
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« Reply #22 on: May 11, 2005, 10:50:05 PM »
Well Dail, as the top two surviving members of a  investment corporation with millions of members on multiple  continents I think it's fair to say that we both know a bit more than we're letting on about 'making' and 'losing' money. And the perils and pressures that can befall one throughout the way.

Even thought he losing part weren't our fault we shall henceforth use the knowledge gained to weed through these proposals until we find exactly where ya need to invest all that money.  While investing on several different fonts may be ok, a perceived notion that even one of these fonts 'might' not make money makes such investment impractical.  That said, it is the risky, and imaginative ventures that stands to gain the most money. 

I am both watching for someone to come up with 'exactly' the right idea, and working on it myself at the same time.  Once we figure on exactly the right venture I'd be honored for you to send all your money to me to invest for you! :)
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Re: I TOLD Y'ALL
« Reply #23 on: May 13, 2005, 09:19:23 PM »
   Well thank you there CK,like I said,I'M GONNA BE RICH,and will surely need someone to help wif the investing,as I'll have my hands full makin the stuff. I don't know why soomeone ain't figured it out already. Shoot,alls ya gots to do is git yourself a small manual mill,nothing fancy,if its too fancy the customer will figure out how rich ya gittin,an mess up the deal. Like I said,git yourself a mill,find some ole boy makin pallets under a shade tree,let him talk you down a little on the price,he won't know you gonna make your money on the volume. Whine a little,and git him to promise to keep you in logs,all the time you know he ain't,but it makes him feel like he's contributing to the deal. A mexican to help offbear is good,course he won't be available but 2&1/2days a week,and when he's there,he won't be worth a durn.
   Y'll jest don't know how fast the money rollsin. Why shoot,I might have to get ole Dang to come outta retirement to hep CK. He did volenteer first,but I thought shoot,he's done done all that work,I hate to bother him wif something this involved.
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